There is no such thing as a “typical” day, even when I’m busy on a book. Some days the words flow, others feel like wading through suet. The phone rings, the doorbell sounds, there’s shopping to be done
In the words of Richard Wilde, Chairman, Graphic Design and Advertising, School of Visual Arts, New York: May it be fine art, poster or illustration, through contradiction, absurdity and the banal, truth
Mother posing as doctor spends seven hours wandering around hospital and posing for selfies in medical scrubs
A mother-of-four who was banned from every hospital in the UK after twice being caught posing as a doctor has avoided jail. Sarah Caine, 30, admitted she was "terrified of going prison" before appearing
Ten of the best nonfiction film-makers today choose their own favourites, from serial killer stories and studies in the horrors of war to meta pranks • Storyville’s Nick Fraser on the power of the documentary
This is why they hate us: The real American history neither Ted Cruz nor the New York Times will tell you |
Iran was once a secular democracy. You would not know this from contemporary discussions of the much demonized country in U.S. politics and media. What happened to Iran's democracy? The U.S. overthrew
A new book, Brilliant Green, argues that not only are plants intelligent and sentient, but that we should consider their rights, especially in the midst of the Sixth Mass Extinction Plants are intelligent.
The British designed EM Drive actually works and would dramatically speed up space travel, scientists have confirmed Interplanetary travel could be a step closer after scientists confirmed that an electromagnetic
When David Latimer planted a seed in a glass bottle on Easter Sunday of 1960 out of pure curiosity, he had no idea that it would flourish into a mass of greenery that would thrive untouched for several
Austerity,Public services policy,Economics,Public sector cuts,Public finance,Society,Politics,Liberal-Conservative coalition,Conservatives,Liberal Democrats,Business,UK news The case for cuts was a lie.
Part One Of Two. (Read Part Two here.) "God" is a word. If we define it, even subconsciously, as something that cannot exist in our universe, we banish the idea of God from our reality and throw away possibility
Lucky Pause's environmental tale reeks of decay ... Bleary-eyed, I groan and rise from my dirty bed to greet another gray, empty, lonely day. This is the depressing opening sequence in Homesick, an environmental